Sightings over the past few weeks have included Stonechat and Whinchat out on the meadow.
From Draper there have been sightings of Jack Snipe, Snipe, Green Sandpiper and Wigeon.
Photo: Snipe by Keith Bedford
Waterfowl numbers have been building up nicely with 120 Teal seen and good numbers of Gadwall and Shoveller.
Photo: Gadwall by Keith Bedford
Visitors have has nice views of Goldcrests on the trail up to Draper and Juv Peregrine has been sighted too. Migrant Hawker Dragonflies have also been seen.
Most recently (14th Oct) we had a Cattle Egret seen briefly with the cows on the meadow along with a Raven and female Marsh Harrier. We are now awaiting the arrival of the winter thrushes.
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